Mamet

Mamet may refer to:

  • David Mamet
  • Milton Mamet
  • Edham Mamet
  • Zosia Mamet
  • Lynn Mamet
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Other articles related to "mamet":

Colin Stinton
... he worked frequently with playwright-director David Mamet ... While living in New York, 1978–1985, he created the title role in Mamet's Edmond, and received a Theatre World Award for his role in Mamet's The Water Engine ...
The Wicked Son
... is a collection of essays by playwright David Mamet, published by Nextbook/Schocken in 2006 ... ISBN 9780805242072) Mamet addresses the book "To the Jews…whose favorite Jew is Anne Frank…who bow the head reverently at a baptism and have never attended a bris – to you, who find ...
Edmond (film) - Critical Reception
... very worst US pictures to be released in years." Bradshaw said screenwriter Mamet "lets rip with deafening flatulent macho nonsense" and said "He reaches a level of self-parody so extreme his ... is racist, voiced in abrasive, staccato Mamet-speak, leaves you feeling battered and vaguely guilty." Holden wrote, "As in much of Mr ... Mamet's work, there is a quality of adolescent nose-thumbing, as though it all might be a cruel practical joke designed solely to make us squirm." Holden said viewers may love or hate the ...
Lynn Mamet - Background
... She is the sister of David Mamet and sister-in-law of actress Rebecca Pidgeon (David Mamet's wife) ... She is also former sister-in-law of actress Lindsay Crouse (David Mamet's former wife) ...
True And False: Heresy And Common Sense For The Actor
... True and False Heresy and Common Sense for the Actor by David Mamet is an instructional book on acting, and the life and habits of the successful actor ... In it, Mamet outlines his thoughts on acting, and gives advice for those practicing the craft and for aspiring practitioners ... In the book, Mamet derides the practice of teaching drama students the system of Constantin Stanislavski or method acting of Lee Strasberg ...

Famous quotes containing the word mamet:

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    —David Mamet (b. 1947)

    The proclamation and repetition of first principles is a constant feature of life in our democracy. Active adherence to these principles, however, has always been considered un-American. We recipients of the boon of liberty have always been ready, when faced with discomfort, to discard any and all first principles of liberty, and, further, to indict those who do not freely join with us in happily arrogating those principles.
    —David Mamet (b. 1947)

    We Americans have always considered Hollywood, at best, a sinkhole of depraved venality. And, of course, it is. It is not a Protective Monastery of Aesthetic Truth. It is a place where everything is incredibly expensive.
    —David Mamet (b. 1947)